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A pandemic, an economic downturn and a reassessment of what really matters to us is resulting in a massive shifting of careers. Many are using this pandemic as an opportunity to pivot industries, learn new skills, or even start a business.

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ATLANTA — Georgia Power residential customers will receive an estimated $12 credit on their bills next month under a resolution the state Public Service Commission  approved unanimously Tuesday.

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It's that kind of vein of past developments, such as the Western Electric Plant or Technology Park, that Gwinnett County Commission Chairwoman Charlotte Nash sees the Rowen research park project fitting into: a transformative project that will have an impact on the county that will be felt for decades.

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Organizations are filled with untapped potential, undermined by the thousands of small slights that erode the confidence of anyone who doesn’t “fit in.” This is costly to everyone because when people aren’t confident, they’re not fully present and they don’t contribute as well as they could.

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More than 100,000 US small businesses have shuttered since the onset of the pandemic in March. As the threat of more closures piles on, we’re becoming more conscious of our spending habits. Many of us, including me, are asking: How can I support small and local business owners?

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Gwinnett County’s business leaders are encouraging the county’s voters to support an education special purpose local option sales tax referendum that will appear on the general election ballot this fall.

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With U.S. and Korean flags standing behind them, officials from the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce and the Korean-American Chamber of Commerce of Atlanta-Georgia formally agreed to work together to on programs and other efforts designed to help businesses in the county on Thursday.

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Taco Mac announced it opened its first new location since 2017 on Monday in former Olde Towne Tavern and Grille site located at 835 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road. 

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ATLANTA — Georgia’s unemployment rate fell last month to well below the national rate but still far above pre-coronavirus levels.

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